DARREN Jones won Bransford’s captains charity competition with a 45-point stableford round.

Jones (15 handicap) was two better off than Stuart Freeman-Taylor (17) and three in front of Ian Bowman (5).

Jason Keane (18) and Melvyn Miles (19) had 40, Robert Young junior (17) 39 and Andy Kennedy (11) 38.

Mike Weaver won the seniors’ autumn salver by two shots from Graham Wilks.

The medal, which also served as the section’s final summer eclectic qualifier, saw four players break the 70 nett barrier.

Weaver got 85 gross 19 handicap 66 nett, Wilks 86-18=68, Ann Hayden 96-27=69, Ferey Ghani 87-18=69, Phil Spence 88-18=70, Terry Martin 91-19=72 and Trevor Ditchfield 97-25=72.

Pete Anthony (11), along with Weaver, had the lowest gross of 85.

Alan Cockhill and Tony Bowman claimed the Mike Kemp Cup pairs better-ball competition.

They finished on 39, two ahead of Rob Blake and Trevor Atkinson and three in front of Gerry Rebbeck and Dave Ryall and Rob Wetton and Martin Linley.

The seniors also staged a Florida scramble when Weaver, Mike Starkey and Mike Hendry won on 69.2.

Runners-up were Neil Holbrow, Mike Murley and Steve Littlewood with 69.6 followed by Dave Lindsay, Jeff Carlisle and John Knowles on 71.

The competition helped to raise £200 for Macmillan Cancer Care.

Bransford seniors kept their unbeaten home run intact with victories over Brickhampton and Wharton Park 4-2 and 5-1 respectively.

Against Brickhampton, Andy Falconer and Chris Cale halved as did Lindsay and Ghani while Andrew Jarvis and Weaver won 3&2, John Phillips and Atkinson 2&1 and Barry Benge and Rob Blake 2&1.

Against Wharton Park, Roger Steade (28) and Neil Sheldon (22) won 3&2, Phillips (23) and Weaver two-up, Jarvis (23) and Roy Burston (13) 7&5, Lindsay (23) and Mike Davidge (17) two-up and Harry Godwin (22) and Alan Ford (9) two-up.

Falconer (26) and Benge (21) lost two-down.